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Pandora

Twisted characters, plots and counterplots, a magpie that seems to be more than a mere bird--all of these elements comprise a novel that will draw in readers and, quite possibly, keep them up late into the night to see what the next chapter brings.

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The Seamstress of Sardinia

Will be a hit with readers seeking a historical novel with a protagonist to root for: a strong young woman who hopes to succeed despite having few advantages.
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And Yet: Poems

An uneven poetry collection, but ultimately, the author’s pulse on social mores makes for an interesting read, as does her hard-earned understanding of married love and family life during bleak pandemic times. Recommended for public libraries.

Dream Drawings: Configurations of a Timeless Kind

Momaday’s poems are rich with description, lush with dreaming, and filled with magic. Essential for Indigenous collections and highly recommended for poetry lovers generally.
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Black Girls Must Be Magic

 Fans of Terry McMillan will enjoy this humorous and entertaining novel.

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The Month of Borrowed Dreams

Lushly described scenery and a diverse group of characters add interest to this fifth book set on the fictional Finfarran Peninsula (after The Transatlantic Book Club) that is sure to please fans of the series. Readers who enjoy the works of Maeve Binchy will find a similar author here.
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The Royal Correspondent

For readers who enjoy feisty heroines, fashion history, and the British royal family.
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Horse Girls: Recovering, Aspiring, and Devoted Riders Redefine the Iconic Bond

All readers, whether they love riding or have never seen a horse up close, will appreciate these essays. This collection not only shares multiple perspectives from the communities of riders and horse fans but also provides commentary on growing up and dealing with both disappointments and successes.
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The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot

Readers will know by page two that sharp-tongued, funny, brave Lenni will break their heart, and that they’ll be all in for the ride. Rich for its cast of characters unique in their messiness, humanity, and kindness, debut author Cronin’s masterpiece won’t let go, long after the last page.
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